University of Denver. Sturm College of Law
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Dean Gordon Johnston, far left, Chancellor Cheston Alter, center, and Law School Alumni President Milton Morris, standing behind Chancellor Alter, with some unidentified men at a Sturm College of Law dinner.
Interview includes biographical information, came to Denver because he had TB, went to University of DU Law School, covers history of National Jewish Hospital- changing from tuberculosis treatment to asthma, mergers and how the hospital changed.
Robert B. Yegge (1934 - 2006) graduated with a Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver (DU) Law School in 1959. He served at DU Law School as both faculty and dean. The collection consists of his personal papers and scrapbooks, photographs, clippings, and other publications.
Sam Menin, Denver defense attorney, describes attending Westminster Law School (which would later merge the University of Denver College of Law) at night while working during the day. Menin reflects on his career and discusses why he often represented homeless, poor, or oppressed clients. Discusses the impact of the KKK, segregation, and race relations.
Contains invitations, programs, correspondence, speeches, press clippings and miscellaneous materials related to commencement exercises of the University of Denver and its constituent units. Some law commencment materials (programs) included in this collection, but the majority of publications and records related to law commencement are in the Sturm College of Law Records (U057).
Collection contains the records of the College of Law at University of Denver since 1892, including the history of Westminster Law School which merged with University of Denver in 1952. The college has been known as the Sturm College of Law since 2004. Collection includes administrative records, publications, student activities and more.